Discussion in 'OT Bar' started by KarlStyles, Sep 10, 2016.
What a little bitch. Suspended too
i'm a duke fan
FML Coach k
Expecting Trier back this week
So Butler is killing it.
Any other schools putting out videos like this?
gonna be a long fuckin year
cant believe amile fucking jefferson is still going to determine their championship aspirations
dude is so important to their success
Cho cho Noles bandwagon lets go
Beat UNC tomorrow and all hell is gonna break loose.
Great slate tomorrow.
Most of the games were scheduled around an NFL Saturday, but there will still be some channel flipping.
Trier tested positive for PEDs in Sept, won his appeal a month or two later and is still testing positive for whatever he was given. What could it be? 5+ months its been in his system
gee I don't know
Substances Banned at All Times:
Anabolic Steroids including THG
Human Growth Hormone (hGH)
Insulin-like Growth Factor (IGF-1)
Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin (HCG)
Adrenocorticotropic Hormone (ACTH)
Hormone Antagonists and Modulators
Methods Banned at All Times:
Enhancement of Oxygen transfer including:
Artificial Oxygen Carriers
Chemical and Physical Manipulation including tampering with samples and intravenous infusion
Substances Banned in Competition:
Caffeine (currently permitted)
florida's ncaa streak of 850 straight games with a 3 pointer came to an end last night in an awful game
40/1 odds right now for AZ. If he comes back...
More like 15/1
if its still in his system this long it's obviously fat soluble, like steroids. steroids stay in the system anywhere between 2 weeks to 18 months. depends entirely on which steroid he was "unknowingly given" so that he could recover from his injury faster
its cool that ucla has moved into the modern era by paying attention to efficiency stats, but it sucks that they're also using it as an excuse to be complacent with the defense
blows my mind that they know they're ranked 90+ in defense and are like, good job guys we met our goal.
First article I've read about the results of today's meeting.
Obviously RPI isn't the end all be all; I'm glad the NCAA is finally looking at other options.
good job steve alford you met your goals defensively